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Fremantle Tourism: Where to Now?

The Fremantle Chamber of Commerce is hosting a breakfast function on tourism on Wednesday July 20 at the Esplanade Hotel. Western Australian Tourism Minister Mark McGowan will be able to answer questions on the direction of tourism in Western Australia and particularly how this relates to Fremantle, a city closely linked with tourism. Over the past month, Mr McGowan and the government have outlined a plan to attract thousands of additional tourists as part of a new vision to establish WA as the nation’s premier tourism state. Over a five-year period, this government will be spending a record $91 million promoting Western Australia, including an injection of $9.4 million to mount a global advertising blitz. Attendees can have their questions answered and find out how this will impact on Fremantle, tourism operators and local business. Tickets for the breakfast are $25 for chamber members and $35 for non-members. For more information, please contact the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce on 9335 2711 or register online at www.fremantlechamber.com.au.

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